For some ultra-Orthodox Jews, Thanksgiving means a pre-Shabbat feast with family and friends. For others, celebrating Thanksgiving is forbidden. Why?
American Jews have been writing Thanksgiving prayers and sermons since the 1780s.
Hosting tons of guests for Thanksgiving weekend? We’ve got you covered for brunch.
He had a powerful message, on civic duty, that rings true to this very day.
Four questions for Thanksgiving designed to clarify the issues of the day, guiding us from gratitude to generosity, and from satiety to action.
As cookbook author Melissa Clark says, “Thanksgiving is just one big excuse to eat lots of stuffing.” For me, stuffing is simply a better way to experience the practice of dunking a piece of bread into a bowl of chicken soup. You get more doughy bready goodness, less of a mess, and in my experience, tons more flavor.
“Do Jews celebrate Thanksgiving?”